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The Low Yield Conundrum

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Wed, 18 Jun 2014

The persistent march lower in Treasury yields over the last 6 months has caught many by surprise. 10-year Treasury yields started the year at 3%, and most forecasters predicted a swift move to 3.5% and possibly 4%, yet 10-year yields have rallied relentlessly in 2014, trading as low as 2.4% before

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